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What is a VPS Server ?

VPS is the abbreviation of Virtual Private Server in English. It is a virtual server rather than a physical server.

VPS Server

A physical server can host multiple virtual servers. The main resources of a physical server can be shared between several virtual servers.
It is a safer and more stable solution than shared hosting where you don't have dedicated server space.
This solution is usually chosen by website owners who have medium level traffic exceeding the limits of shared hosting plans, but still do not need the resources of a dedicated server.

At Newton Services, we have seven VPS offers to meet different business needs and allow you to scale your site seamlessly when you need more resources. We also offer outsourcing for your VPS so you can focus on your business.

A server is a computer on which your host stores the files and databases needed for your website.
Whenever an online visitor wants to access your website, their browser sends a request to your server and transfers the necessary files via the Internet.
A VPS server is a virtual server that simulates a physical server, but in reality the physical machine is shared among multiple users.

Running a VPS allows you to set up your website in a secure container with guaranteed resources (memory, disk space, CPU cores, etc.) that you do not have to share with other users.

Advantages of VPS

  • It is faster and more reliable than a shared hosting server.
  • As server resources such as memory or processing power are guaranteed, available resources fluctuate from zero to minimal.
  • Problems and traffic increases from other server users do not affect your site.
  • You get superuser (root) access to your server.
  • You get better privacy because your files and databases are locked from other server users.
  • It is an easy to adapt service. As your website grows, you can easily upgrade your server resources (RAM, CPU, disk space, bandwidth, etc.).

Disadvantages of VPS

  • It is more expensive than shared hosting.
  • It requires more technical knowledge to manage your server.
  • Misconfigured servers can lead to security breaches.


One of the biggest pitfalls of VPS hosting is managing your entire server environment yourself.
If your virtual server is not configured and properly maintained, you may face serious security risks and loss of performance.
You can opt for an outsourcing of your server as well, we offer several outsourcing offers.